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Where love and loss inspire a greater legacy.

Masterpiece of Love is where stories of love and loss become a source of inspiration and strength. A series of short films highlight the enduring legacy that five survivors have from someone they’ve lost. And they offer encouragement when remembering someone we’ve lost and perspective on what’s important for taking care of our own loved ones now.

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Survivor Stories

Each of these short films highlights a family’s journey through their loss and the legacy that they’ve gained.

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Regeneration

Today Amelia is a new mother, but five years ago she was a new widow. Follow her on a transformative journey from intense grief to a life she couldn’t have imagined. Interpreted by the collage painter Tomo Mori.

(Run time 20 min.)

Mickey McNany: Show Biz Kid

Mickey taught kids about the joys of theater for more than 30 years. But her greatest lessons came after a tragic diagnosis. Watch her story unfold through the eyes of her son, Ryan, and the work of multi-media artist Christine DaCruz.

(Run time 17 min.)

Learn more of their stories

Prudential's Everyday Bravery podcast #7 showcases Amelia as she found joy in singing again after losing her joy and life and Mickey McNany's many admirers at her theater, who are keeping her glittery spirit alive.

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Abundant Blessings

Dawn’s chronic illness inspired her to create a small business success story. But her father’s recent death has made her rethink her own mortality and how she plans for her company’s future. Interpreted by quilt artist Bisa Butler.

(Run time 17 min.)

For Tasha

When Tasha’s dad, Jack, died five years ago, she also lost her dreams of finishing college. What she didn’t lose though is the optimism and desire to help others that she and her father always shared. Illustrated by painter Jen Mazza.

(Run time 13 min.)

NEW EPISODE Beautiful Echo

Masterpiece of Love host Hal Williams describes how losing his father as a little boy helped create this series – and inspired Hal to protect his family should anything happen to him.

(Run time 10 min.)

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Finding Strength to Move Forward

After the loss of a loved one, the way forward isn’t always clear. But the wisdom of others who have gone through a similar journey can provide comfort and eventually inspiration.

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Lessons Learned by Amelia

Candid lessons from Amelia that she gained from her journey that may help you.

Compassion, Support, and Wisdom from a Hospice Aide

A reoccurrence of cancer meant Christine needed hospice. But it was her nurse that helped her family during those difficult days.

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Creating a legacy for those you love

What will your legacy be? Creating your own legacy includes being intentional about what you’re doing as well as protecting the future of those you love.

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4 Ways to Leave the Legacy You Want

As the films show, your legacy can be anything you want it to be. Here are four ways to be intentional about creating a strong legacy for the ones you love.

Protect Your Family’s Future

5 Questions to help as you plan for the future of those you love.

Reducing the Impact of an Unexpected Illness

No one plans to get sick, but preparing now can reduce the impact it has on your family and your legacy.

Not sure of your next steps...

Find a legal or financial professional to help plan aspects of your own legacy.

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